1. Question: The hairy skin of the dog is devoid of what skin gland?

Answer: Eccrine sweat gland Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 98 2. Question: The site of Vitamin D synthesis in dogs. Answer: skin Referrence: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 98 3. Question: What particular tissue in dogs serves as a reservoir for fat, electrolytes, water, carbohydrates, and proteins? Answer: subcutaneous tissue Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 98 4. Question: It is an epidermal cell-derived thymocyte-activating factor in which immunological events are modulated by this production. Answer: cytosine Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 98 5. Question: These are horny coverings of the third phalanges of the digits in dogs. Answer: claws Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 98 6. Question: This skin of dog is usually heavily pigmented, tough, and moist Answer: nasal skin Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 100 7. Question: These glands of skin are found mainly in connection with the hair follicles in canine. Answer: Apocrine sweat glands Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 115 8. Question: The attachment of the hyoid apparatus to the petrous temporal bone is an example of this fibrous joint Answer: syndesmosis Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 219 9. Question: This synovial joint is formed by a convex hemispherical head that fits into a deep cotyloid cavity Answer: ball-and-socket joint Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 222 10. Question: The proximal radioulnar joint is an example of what synovial joint? Answer: trochoid / pivot joint Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 222 11. Question: What do you call the space external to the teeth and gumas and internal to the lips and cheeks. Answer: vestibule of the mouth Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 385 12. Question: What do you call a rounded eminence that extends caudally to blend with the first transverse ridge formed of the mucosa covering the hard plate? Answer: incisive papilla Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 386

13. Question: Part of the oral cavity that is formed by processes of the palatine, maxillary, and incisive bones on each side. Answer: Hard palate Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 387 14. Question: Other name for the caudal pillar of the soft palate. Answer: Palatopharyngeal arch. Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 387 15. Question: What is the lining epithelium of the hard palate? Answer: stratified squamous epithelium Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 388 16. Question:This part of the teeth that has a slight constrictions of the tooth located at the gum line, where the enamel ends Answer: neck Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 390 17. Question: This teeth serves the animal during its most active puppyhood. Answer: decidious teeth Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 390 18. Question: What do you call the antibiotics that inhibits bone growth or interferes with enamel formation? Answer: Tetracycline antibiotics Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 391 19. Question: True or False, the upper arch of the teeth is narrower and usually shorter than the lower. Answer: false Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 391 20. Question: the surface that faces the opposite dental arch is called _________ Answer: masticatory Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 391 21. Question: What do you call the incisor tooth nearest to the midplane on each side in each jaw Answer: central incisor Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 391 22. Question: The teeth caudal to the canines are often referred as the _________ Answer: cheek teeth Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 392 23. Question: The largest cutting teeth of the upper jaw Answer: upper fourth premolar teeth Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 393 24. Question: The eruption period of the second molar tooth Answer: 6 or 7 months Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 394

25. Question: The structure of the teeth that is also called the “ivory.” Answer: Dentin Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 394 26. Question: What do you call a rounded fold of mucosa protruding on each side of the lingual frenulum on the ventral surface of the tongue. Answer: fimbriated plica Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 397 27. Question: The dermal core of this papillae contains secondary dermal papillae Answer: conical papillae Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 403 28. Question: this digestive gland is bounded caudally by the sternomastoideus and cleidocervicalis muscles, and rostrally by the masseter muscle and the temporomandibular joint. Answer: parotid gland Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 415 29. Question: This consists of that portion of the sublingual gland which discharges its secretion directly into the oral cavity without it passing through the main sublingual duct. Answer: pars plystomatica Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 419 30. Question: The zygomatic gland is also called as_________ Answer: orbital gland Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 419 31. Question: This opening in the pharynx that is formerly called the pharyngeal isthmus or pahryngeal chiasma. Answer: interpharyngeal opening Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 420 32. Question: It is a long, relatively thin lymph node located in the lateral wall of the oral part of the pharynx Answer: palatine tonsil Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 420 33. Question: What is the shape of the abdominal portion of the esophagus? Answer: wedge-shaped Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 423 34. Question: What do you call the middle abdominal region that includes the unpaired, median ventral area of the abdomen? Answer: umbilical region Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 425 35. Question: the three unpaired aperures in the diaphraghm are: esophageal hiatus, aortic hiatus, and __________. Answer: caval foramen Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 428 36. Question: The other term for epiploon? Answer: greater omentum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 429

37. Question: True or False, the stomach, when empty, does not contact the abdominal wall, but when moderately filled it lies against the xiphoid and right hypochondriac portions of this wall caudal to the liver. Answer: False Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 429 38. Question: Peritoneum, like other serous membranes, is united with the transversalis fascia by areolar tissue, known as ______. Answer: tela subserosa Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 430 39. Question: This consists of double-sheets of peritoneum extending between organs or connecting them to the parietal peritoneum. Answer: connecting peritoneum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 430 40. Question: what do you call the largest derivative of the ventral mesentery, but it is not nearly as voluminous. Answer: lesser omentum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 433 41. Question: The region that is approximately the distal third of the stomach as measured along the lesser curvature Answer: Pylorus Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 437 42. Question: These are branched tubular glands with necks and bodies which reach nearly to the lamina muscularis mucosae of the stomach. Answer: gastric glands Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 440 43. Question: True or False, the loop formed by the duodenum is more marked in puppies rather than in adults Answer: True Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 441 44. Question: This is called the caudal flexure of the duodenum Answer: transverse portion of the duodenum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 441 45. Question: the most prominent feature of the rectal mucosa is the presence of ____________. Answer: solitary lymph nodules Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 447 46. Question: What do you call the large number of pockets formed in the columnar zone of the anal canal? Answer: anal sinuses Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 448 47. Question: It is used to refer to the terminal blind pockets of anal sinuses that extends to the lamina propria of the zone intermedia in anal canal Answer: anal crypt Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 448 48. Question: This region holds much interest for the surgeon because of the frequency of occurrence of adenomas in old male dogs. Answer: Perineum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 450

49. Question: True or False, the bile is an endocrine product? Answer: False Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 451 50. Question: This lobe forms from a third to nearly a half of the total liver mass Answer: Left hepatic lobe Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 453 51. Question: the facial portion of the respiratory system and the rostral portions of the upper and lower jaws collectively constitute what is called the ____________ Answer: muzzle Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Page: 463 52. Question: bony nasal aperture is formerly called ________________ Answer: piriform aperture Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 463 - 464 53. Question: It is the most expansive of the cartilages in the mobile part of the external nose Answer: dorsolateral nasal cartilage Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 465 54. Question: How many portions thus a septum of the nasal cavity have? Answer: 3 Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 466 - 467 55. Question: The extension of the ventral nasal concha Answer: alar fold Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 467 56. Question: dorsal nasal concha is attached to the ________________ of the ethmoid and nasal bones Answer: crista ethmoidalis Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 467 57. Question: After the inhailed air that leaves the nasal vestibule it traverses the longitudinal nasal meatus to reach what part of the respiratory system? Answer: Pharynx Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 469 58. Question: These are the openings of the two nasopharyngeal meatuses into the nasal meatuses into the nasal portion of the pharynx Answer: choanae Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 470 59. Question: True or False, the maxillary recess is not called a sinus because it is not enclosed in the maxilla. Answer: True Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 470 60. Question: The rostral end of the nose in the dog is stiffed by cartilages and moved by the levator nasolabialis and this muscle. Answer: levator labii superioris muscles Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 471

61. Question: The rostral part of the nasal pahrynx is bounded ventrally by __________________ Answer: hard palate Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 472 62. Question: What part of the respiratory serves as the air passageway and aids in vocalization? Answer: Larynx Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 472 63. Question: It forms the basis of epiglottis. Answer: epiglottic cartilage Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 477 64. Question: What do you call the opposite surface of the oral surface? Answer: aboral surface Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 477 65. Question: The largest cartilage of the larynx Answer: thyroid cartilage Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 477 66. Question: It is known as the “Adam’s apple” in man Answer: laryngeal prominence Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 477 67. Question: What is the only cartilage that forms a complete ring? Answer: cicoid cartilage Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 477 68. Question: This consists of the paired arytenoid cartilages dorsally and the paired vocal folds ventrally that form a narrow passegeway into the larynx. Answer: glottis Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 479 69. Question: What do you call the ligament that composed of a strap of elastic fibers that is enclosed in the vocal fold? Answer: vocal ligament Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 479 70. Question: Approximately how many C-shaped hyaline tracheal cartilages form the skeleton of the trachea Answer: 35 Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 480 71. Question: The segmental bronchi and the lung tissue that they ventilate are known as ______________ Answer: bronchopulmonary segments Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 480 72. Question: The respiratory bronchioles give rise to alveolar sac, pulmonary alveoli, and ______________ Answer: alveolar ducts Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 481

73. Question: what do you call the roughly oval opening into the cranila part of the thoracic cavity? Answer: Thoracic inlet Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 483 74. Question: The portion of the mediastinum that contains the heart Answer: Middle mediastinum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 483 75. Question:True or false, the left pleural cavity is larger than the right because of displacement of the postcardial mediastinal wall to the right side. Answer: false Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 485 76. Question: The mediastinal pluera may be divided on how many parts? Answer: 4 Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 485 77. Question: this mediastinal pleura covers most of the thymus gland, which is large in young dogs Answer: Cranial mediastinal pleura Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 485 78. Question: What do you call the pleural covering of the diaphragm? Answer: diaphragmatic pleura Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 486 79. Question: This is the apical portion of each plueral sac extends through the thoracic inlet into the base of the neck, forming a pleural pocket at the line of pleural reflection Answer: pleural cupula Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 486 80. Question: It is the visceral portion of the pleura Answer: pulmonary pleura Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 486 Question: This is a thin, loose fold of pleura that surrounds the caudal vena cava. 81. Answer: plica venae cavae Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 486 82. Question: True or false, the pleura is more delicate in the dog than it is in other domestic animals Answer: true Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 486 83. Question: this muscles help in aiding the expulsion of the air from the lungs Answer: abdominal muscles Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 487 84. Question: This is called the curved lateral surface of each lung Answer: costal surface Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 488

85. Question: The medial surface of the each lung is deeply indented by the heart over an area between the 3rd and 6th ribs is called Answer: cardiac impression Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 488 86. Question: The combined ventral and basal margins constitutes the ____________ of the lungs Answer: acute margins Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 488 87. Question: The area of each lung that recieves the bronchi and furnishes passages for the pulmonary and bronchial vessels and nerves is known as the ________________________. Answer: hilus of the lungs Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 488 88. Question: The surface of adjacent lobes that lie in contact with each other are called the ______________ Answer: interlobar surfaces Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 488 89. Question: The most irregular of all the lobes in the lungs Answer: accessory lobe of the right lung Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 491 90. Question: True or false, the right pulmonary artery is shorter than the left. Answer: true Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 491 91. Question: This part of the ear develops in the embryo as an ivagination of the otic placode Answer: inner ear Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 988 92. Question: The most highly developed and differentiated portion of the membranous labyrinth is the __________ Answer: cochelar duct Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 988 93. Question: It forms the floor of the cochlear duct, separating the endolymph of this duct from the perilymph of the scala tympani. Answer: basilar membrane Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 990 94. Question: this space of the vestibule encloses the utricle Answer: perilymphatic space Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 991 95. Question: It is an irregular, oval space that communicates with the cochlear rostrally and with semicircular canals caudally Answer: vestibule Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 991 96. Question: It contains the cochlear nerve in the cochlea Answer: modiolus Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 992

97. Question: What do you call the incomplete fusion that results in defects of one or more of the tunics of the eye Answer: colobomata Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 1009 98. Question: It is a specialized reflective layer of the choroid. Answer: tapetum Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 1015 99. Question: true or false, in the fetus, the iris is not fernested and thus completely covers the anterior surface of the pupil Answer: false Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 1019 100. Question: It is a bilayered epithelium that covers the posterior surface of the iris Answer: pars iridica retinae Reference: Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 3rd Edition (Howard E. Evans, Ph.D.) Pages: 1022

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